Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1966 NO. 66 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- COUNTY ‑- ELIGIBILITY OF CANDIDATE ‑- CONVICTION OF FELONY OR GROSS MISDEMEANOR ‑- DISMISSAL OF PROCEEDINGS UNDER RCW 9.95.240. Assuming a person is otherwise qualified for a particular public office, he may file for and hold, if elected, a state or county office
AGO 1966 NO. 67 >
COURTS ‑- SUPERIOR ‑- VISITING JUDGES ‑- EXPENSES ‑- PAYMENT. The statement of expenses of a visiting judge verified by his affidavit is not subject to audit and approval by the county commissioners.                 
AGO 1966 NO. 68 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY ‑- TREASURER ‑- SCHOOL DISTRICT OR OTHER MUNICIPAL FUNDS ‑- REFUNDING BOND ISSUE ‑- PROCEEDS IN CUSTODY OF TREASURER ‑- INVESTMENT FEE. Where a school district or other municipal corporation issues and sells refunding bonds pursuant to chapter 138, Laws of 1965, Ex.
AGO 1966 NO. 69 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- CODE OF ETHICS ‑- PUBLIC OFFICIAL ‑- DIRECT FINANCIAL INTEREST ‑- REGULATORY AGENCY ‑- REPORT REQUIRED. (1) Under § 6 of the 1965 Public Officials' Code of Ethics Act (chapter 150, Laws of 1965, Ex. Sess.), which requires "public officials" to make regular periodic
AGO 1966 NO. 70 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY ‑- AUDITOR ‑- ISSUANCE OF MARRIAGE LICENSE ‑- THREE‑DAY WAITING PERIOD ‑- DELIVERY OF LICENSE. (1) In computing the three‑day waiting period for issuance of a marriage license a county auditor may count days on which his office is closed. (2) If the third day falls
AGO 1966 NO. 71 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- DIRECTOR OF CONSERVATION ‑- ANNUAL POWER LICENSE FEE ‑- PARTIAL REFUND. The director of conservation is not authorized to refund to a "claimant" a portion of the annual "power" license fee for the calendar year 1965, which is required to be paid by the claimant
AGO 1966 NO. 72 >
ELECTIONS ‑- HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ‑- LEGISLATIVE POSITIONS ‑- MEMBERS ‑- DESIGNATION BY ELECTION OFFICERS ‑- AUTHORITY IN CONNECTION WITH 1966 AND SUBSEQUENT ELECTIONS. (1) In designating positions to be filled in the house of representatives from multimember districts at the 1966 general
AGO 1966 NO. 73 >
DISTRICTS ‑- PORT ‑- BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ‑- PER DIEM COMPENSATION ‑- NEWLY FORMED DISTRICT. The elected commissioners of a newly formed port district may not receive per diem compensation at any time during their initial terms of office under the provisions of RCW 53.12.250, Article II, § 25,
AGO 1966 NO. 74 >
CIVIL SERVICE ‑- STATE ‑- PERSONNEL BOARD ‑- CLASSIFIED POSITIONS ‑- SALARY SCHEDULE ‑- COMPARABLE POSITIONS IN PRIVATE INDUSTRY AND OTHER GOVERNMENTAL UNITS. The state personnel board is required to make a biennial survey of classified positions for the purpose of determining the prevailing rates
AGO 1966 NO. 75 >
DISTRICTS ‑- FLOOD CONTROL ‑- ELECTIONS ‑- QUALIFICATIONS OF ELECTORS ‑- PERSONS HOLDING TITLE OR EVIDENCE OF TITLE ‑- COMMUNITY PROPERTY ‑- CONTRACTOR VENDOR ‑- PURCHASER. (1) A husband and wife, holding title or evidence of title to more than ten acres of benefited lands within a flood control